Research-supported Orton-Gillingham Training Program for use by the General Education Teacher in the General Classroom

IMSE’s updated Orton-Gillingham Methods are aimed at early intervention to decrease the number of students who are struggling with reading, writing, spelling, and reading comprehension when they enter the third grade. Our website,, can assist you with your Orton-Gillingham lesson plans.

Our Orton-Gillingham staff development programs are multi-sensory, kinesthetic, phonics based programs which can be added to your current curriculum to provide comprehensive reading instruction and phonemic awareness for your students. This will benefit any student who has fallen behind or who has learning disabilities such as dyslexia or other impairments preventing their reading development. Orton-Gillingham reading programs, when used in the general education classroom , drastically decreases referrals to special education for reading remediation. We can assist you with your Orton-Gillingham curriculum and Orton-Gillingham lesson plans.

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The Institute for Multi-Sensory Education also offers "Sensational Strategies for Teaching Beginning Readers" which is the Orton-Gillingham approcach for parents to use with their children. We also offer a catalog of Orton-Gillingham materials and supplies for the general classroom teacher and Orton Gillingham tutor.

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